- Early Morning WWDC Photowalk
San Francisco is a beautiful city, especially the Golden Gate Bridge. Let's do a photowalk in the early morning to capture the view at sunrise. Sunrise is at 5:47. Including time to set up, we should be at our location around 5:00–5:30. Things to consider bringing: camera, tripod, shutter release, warm clothes, gloves, cloth for condensation on lens, and a coffee/tea. Location is the Golden Gate Bridge Vista Point: http://goo.gl/maps/QS9ie – a bit of a trek to get to by transit, but it'll be worth it.
- CocoaPods-Alt State of the Union
Apple have their annual WWDC keynote and Developer State of the Union. We have ours. Just like WWDC however we have attendance issues, so we're not running the meetup's attendance via meetup.com. See the blog post: http://blog.cocoapods.org/2015-CocoaPods-State-of-the-Union/ to find out how to apply!
- Test Jam!
Last year, around this time, we ran a Bug Bash (http://blog.cocoapods.org/CocoaPods-Bug-Bash/) over a weekend. It went beautifully. We triaged a whole lot of issues, got a lot of minor issues fixed and found some new members for the core team. Not ones to repeat ourselves, we’ve begun preparations on the next big community event. It’s a test jam, and everyone is invited. TLDR/Elevator Pitch: If the community is going to move towards Swift, then let’s make sure that our Objective-C is in order by adding tests to established libraries. Realm will be hosting a Test Jam in San Francisco, where we can get together and participate in the CocoaPods Test Jam. Lunch and snacks will be provided. We have a special guest speaker Jon Reid, he's the creator OCHamcrest and OCMockito, the popular testing frameworks for Objective-C. Jon is going to be kicking off the event with a short talk on "Adding Tests to Legacy Code". For more info check the blog post (http://blog.cocoapods.org/Test-Jammin/).
- Pod Roulette Hackathon
Have you heard of pod-roulette (http://podroulette.com/)? If not, here's their elevator pitch: Just moved to the big city, got a seed investment but don't have an idea what to do next? Pod Roulette will find three random pods and prepare a project for you in a few seconds. After seeing this project, we knew that there should be a hackathon using this. And now there is: right after WWDC, on Saturday, June 7th 2014, we will meet at 10am and hack on our randomly determined projects until 5pm, then there will be presentations from 6pm to 7pm. Of course you can also come around and hack on something else, for example we can set you up with getting started to contribute to CocoaPods itself. The hackathon will be hosted at Layer HQ, which can be reached by a short bus ride (https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Moscone+Center/470+Alabama+St,+San+Francisco,+CAemail@example.com,-122.4268309,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x808580877d2fc9ad:0xd182ccc332c28697!2m2!1d-122.401557!2d37.784173!1m5!1m1!1s0x808f7e3074359e0f:0x710aa5eaaf53cd94!2m2!1d-122.412559!2d37.763261!3e3) from Moscone. They will be graciously providing lunch, dinner and drinks - thanks! As always, don't be a jerk --> Code of Conduct (http://cocoapods.org/legal)
- CocoaPods AltLab
We're delighted to announce another event in San Francisco, this time it's AltLabs, a labs session dedicated to CocoaPods. Special thanks goes to AltConf for hosting the session. The labs session will give you a perfect opportunity to come along and meet some of the team behind CocoaPods. We will be able to assist you on any issues you have with CocoaPods along with migrating your pods to the brand new trunk system. Our session will also allow you to get help setting up a development environment and making your first contribution to CocoaPods. Code of Conduct (http://cocoapods.org/legal)
- The CocoaPods Alt State of the Union
Apple have their developers state of the union address. We have ours. We're working with the Alt Conference (http://www.altconf.com/) to have a great opening event to the WWDC week. The CocoaPodsAlt State of the Union. You should come along. It's become an annual tradition now for CocoaPods to host an event (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocoapods-2nd-annual-wwdc-meetup-tickets-6887230893) at WWDC, we want to make this another great one. There will be a keynote by Orta Therox (http://orta.github.io/) with Fabio Pelosin skyping in to assist. We will go through some of the large changes that are happening behind the scenes in CocoaPods, show-off some new things and talk about future plans. We will also have a large contingent of the CocoaPods dev team giving some talks on some of the work they've been doing around the community. Boris Bügling (http://vu0.org/) - On learning ruby by contributing (https://github.com/CocoaPods/Core/commits?author=neonichu) to (https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/commits?author=neonichu) CocoaPods. Marin Usalj (http://supermar.in/) - Pod Best Practices Michele Titolo (http://michele.io/) - On Private Pods Kyle Fuller (http://kylefuller.co.uk/) - Creating your First Pod We were planning on hosting it at 7:00pm and should be over by around 10:00pm, this should give everyone chance to then move on to some of the late night parties that will be happening around San Francisco. The meetup will be hosted at the Twilio (https://www.twilio.com/) offices, who are just a short walk away from the Moscone Center. They will be graciously providing both food & beer - thanks! Code of Conduct (http://cocoapods.org/legal)
- CocoaKucha 4 with Motion#inspect
We're running another Cocoa Kucha! This time we've pulled together an awesome collection of talented people based in San Francisco, along with a couple of visitors down for WWDC. Cocoa Kucha 4 is generously hosted by HipByte (http://www.hipbyte.com/) after their RubyMotion #inspect conference (http://www.rubymotion.com/conference/2014/), which is just days before WWDC kicks-off. Like with the other Kuchas, this meetup is in the style of Pecha Kucha (http://www.pechakucha.org/faq) where there are 8 speakers doing short talks related to Objective-C for 6 minutes and 20 seconds. The speaker must go though 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. This keeps them to the point and makes it a lot easier for people to get started. • Andy Arvanitis - @andyarvanitis • Delisa Mason - @kattrali • Kyle Fuller - @kylefuller • Eloy Durán - @alloy • Leonard Grey - @speednoise • Marin Usalj - @_supermarin • Michele Titolo - @micheletitolo • Sam Soffes - @soffes Code of Conduct (http://cocoapods.org/legal)
- CocoaPods Bug Bash Day 1
Come and join the first (and jubilee) CocoaPods SF bug bash! You'll have the opportunity to meet the whole core team on #cocoapods IRC channel, and some of us in person. You can be the hero and close some of these old & stale issues, or finally get the chance to get help learning ruby and fixing that annoying bug. There'll be prizes for contributors, like licenses for • AppCode - The alternative Objective-C IDE. • Bee - Mac issue tracker supporting GitHub Issues, FogBugz and JIRA. • Dash - Instantly access developer documentation. • GIFBrewery - The best tool for converting MP4 to .gif. • Reveal - The best way to explore the iOS view hierarchy. Want to start hacking on CocoaPods? Delisa Mason (http://delisa.me) and Marin Usalj (http://supermar.in) will be there to help. Want to just have a beer? That works too. You can get full info on our blog (http://blog.cocoapods.org/CocoaPods-Bug-Bash).